2005-??-?? — 2006-??-??
2006-??-?? — 2007-??-??
2007-??-?? — 2008-03-??
2008-03-?? — 2009-03-??
2009-03-?? — 2009-12-??
2009-12-?? — 2010-02-??
2010-02-?? — 2010-08-??
2010-09-?? — 2011-02-??
2011-02-?? — 2011-05-??
2011-05-?? — 2011-08-??
2011-08-11 — 2011-11-23
2011-10-24 — Present
Professional Career[edit | edit source]
Early Career[edit | edit source]
Fear early accomplishments started with clan Plug, which would later become team compLexity, arguably the best DotA team to have ever come out of the United States at the time. This was backed by some impressive results: compLexity took second place in Cal season 1 and first in Cal Season 2. After the international DotA scene started to expand, Fear continued to impress, such as ranking 1st in IHCS and continuing to bring compLexity impressive victories in ESL and MYM Pride 4.
MYM[edit | edit source]
Fear would later join Danish team MeetYourMakers as the North American scene had become unstable. Fear has achieved quite a lot in MYM, despite that, time zone and travel problems has prevented Fear and Merlini from joining LAN events such as the Electronic Sports World Cup, eventually, Fear has left the team in order to form a new team.
EG and Nirvana.int[edit | edit source]
Fear eventually joined American team Evil Geniuses, but soon after several sponsorship problems, Fear joined Blight.int which would eventually become Nirvana.int. Along with Kuroky and others, they only managed to achieve 4th placing in ESWC as Fear announced that he will take a break from DotA.
Lost and OK[edit | edit source]
Fear returned joining Ducky's Lost.eu, but however was inactive for most of the time. As Lost.eu lost their sponsorship, they played under the tag Browned Potatoes with Fear playing now and then. After deciding to focus on professional gaming, Fear returned to the active roster and invited other top North American players to join, as BP was sponsored by the joint forces of Online Kingdom and Nirvana. They participated in The International, earning a respectable 7th place.
Return to EG[edit | edit source]
Online Kingdom's financial problems had eventually led to their disbandment. As the Danish MYM squad disbanded too, Fear along with players such as DeMoN and MiSery formed the new Evil Geniuses' squad. They decided to participate in the World DotA Championship in China, SMM Grand National DotA Tournament in Malaysia and G-League's season 3 in China. Without earning any noticeable results in their Asia tour, EG players returned to their own respective countries.
S A D B O Y S/Evil Geniuses[edit | edit source]
Fear formed a squad called S A D B O Y S with Arteezy, Universe, zai, and ppd. The team was picked up by EG in February 2014. Fear's greatest achievement happened a year later when EG won the Dota2 Asian Championship bringing home more than $200k.
Achievements[edit | edit source]
With Evil Geniuses[edit | edit source]
|The Defense||Online||15 November 2011 - 4 March 2012||€1,500 EUR|
|Team Dignitas Invitational||Online||10 - 11 March 2012||€500 EUR|
|joinDOTA Masters I||Online||21 - 22 March 2012||€500 EUR|
|Dreamhack Summer 2012 Corsair Vengeance Cup||Jönköping, Sweden||16 - 19 June 2012||25,000 SEK|
|It's Gosu Monthly Madness Season II||Online||1 May 2012 - 9 July 2012||$1,000 USD|
|6||SLTV StarSeries Season Two||Online & Kiev, Ukraine||14 May - 15 July 2012||$400 USD|
|ECAL Americas League||Online||5 July - 12 August 2012||$750 USD|
|AVerMedia Dota 2 Cup||Online||10 - 11 November 2012||$1,500 USD|
|EG RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 1||Online||10 September - 18 November 2012||$3,000 USD|
|Dreamhack Winter 2012 Corsair Vengeance Cup||Jönköping, Sweden||22 - 25 November 2012||50,000 SEK|
|Eizo Cup 1||Online||27 - 28 February 2013||€1,250 EUR|
|WePlay Dota 2 League Season 1 Showmatch||Online||3 March 2013||$250 USD|
|WePlay Dota 2 League Season 1||Online||16 March - 13 May 2013||$2,500 USD + $1,500 USD in gear|
|Dreamhack Summer 2013 ASUS ROG Cup||Jönköping, Sweden||15 - 17 June 2013|| 25,000 SEK|
|DotaCinema Rosh Pit||Online||25 - 29 June 2013||$1,000 USD|
|American Dota League||Online||28 May - 10 July 2013||$3,000 USD|
|RaidCall EMS One Season 2||Online & Katowice, Poland||5 June - 14 July 2013||$7,000 USD|
|The Premier League Season 5||Online||20 - 21 July 2013||$2,000 USD|
|The Defense 4||Online||29 May - 24 July 2013||$4,000 USD|
|Bigpoint Battle 8||Online||25 - 26 September 2013||€1,500 EUR|
|Electronic Sports Prime Dota 2 Cup||Online||15 - 17 October 2013||$500 USD|
|Electronic Sports World Cup 2013||Paris, France||31 October - 3 November 2013||$7,500 USD|
|Monster Energy Invitational||Austin, Texas, United States||7 - 9 March 2014||$10,000 USD|
|Netolic Pro League 5 (West)||Online||10 February - 27 March 2014||$1,000 USD|
|MLG T.K.O. America||Online||4 February - 5 April 2014||$14,000 USD|
|SLTV StarSeries Season 9||Online & Kiev, Ukraine||Online & 17 - 20 April 2014||$24,100 USD|
|joinDOTA League America Season 1||Online||26 January - 28 April 2014||$1,421 USD|
|The Summit||Los Angeles, California, United States||8 June - 21 June 2014||~$45,257 USD|
|D2L Western Challenge||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||4 April - 24 June 2014||~$28,666 USD|
|ESL One Frankfurt 2014||Frankfurt, Germany||28 June - 29 June 2014||$30,000 USD|
|The International 2014||Seattle, Washington, United States||8 July - 21 July 2014||$1,038,416 USD|
|World Esports Championship||Hangzhou, China||5 - 7 September 2014||¥600,000 RMB (~$97,500 USD)|
|ESL One New York 2014||New York City, New York, United States||9 - 10 October 2014||$26,600 USD|
|SLTV Star Series Season 10||Kiev, Ukraine||15 August - 26 October 2014||$106,000 USD|
|ASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 2||Stockholm, Sweden||6 October - 29 November 2014||$40,000 USD|
|Dota Pit League Season 2||Online||25 September - 23 December 2014||$8,870 USD|
|HyperX D2L Season 5||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||13 October 2014 - 6 January 2015||$8,550 USD|
|Dota 2 Asia Championship 2015||Shanghai, China||5 January - 9 February 2015||$1,265,231 USD|
With S A D B O Y S[edit | edit source]
|ESP Shock Therapy Cup||Online||31 January - 8 February 2014||$7,000 USD|